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There Goes the Neighborhood is the seventh episode of the fourth season of 9-1-1 and the fifty third episode overall. It aired on March 1, 2021.

Synopsis

The 118 rush to save a man pinned under a Humvee, and a garage band that rocks out too hard. Enlisting Bobby and Athena's help, Michael installs a new "rear window," and turns into an amateur detective after noticing strange behavior at a nearby apartment. Meanwhile, Hen's mother unexpectedly arrives and announces she is moving to LA, and Buck's re-entry into the dating pool ends in disaster. [2]

Cast

Starring

Guest Starring

  • Tracie Thoms as Karen Wilson
  • Marsha Warfield as Antonia "Toni" Wilson
  • La Monde Byrd as Dr. David Hale
  • Keana Marie as Veronica
  • George Wyner as Don
  • Richard Tanner as Ian
  • Gustavo Gomez as Reed

Co-Starring

  • Krista Allen as Meegan
  • Ann Hu as Joanie
  • Time Winters as Professor Russell Sharpe
  • Michael James Lazar as Joe
  • Fernanda Kelly as Sunglasses Woman
  • Tim Herzog as Dr. James Lindorff aka Slim
  • Lisa Cole as Jackie
  • Declan Pratt as Denny Wilson
  • Margot Terry as Nia Wilson

Trivia

  • A scene with May responding to Michael's 9-1-1 call was presumably cut, as it was shown in the promo.

Continuity

  • Buck mentions the incident of the woman being trapped in the window from "Fools".
  • Bobby mentions Michael helped him break into a bank vault before, referencing the events of "Ocean's 9-1-1".

Cultural References

  • Michael is seen living across from the Cecil Hotel, the infamous hotel known to be the most haunted in the country due to the numerous incidents of deaths and violence throughout its history.
  • The Austin Powers theme song, "Soul Bossa Nova" can be heard when Bobby and David sift through the dumpster bin.
  • The Humvee being dropped incident is similar to an incident in 2016 in Berlin, where a US Army exercise of multiple Humvees dropped from the sky to the ground, gaining much attention on social media. [3]
  • The band at the beginning was heard playing Joan Jett's "Bad Reputation".
  • The plastic surgeon moving from Miami to LA is a possible reference to the FX series Nip/Tuck that ran from 2003 to 2010. Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk were also executive producers on that show.

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9-1-1 Episode Guide
Season 1 "Pilot" • "Let Go" • "Next of Kin" • "Worst Day Ever" • "Point of Origin" • "Heartbreaker" • "Full Moon (Creepy AF)" • "Karma's a Bitch" • "Trapped" • "A Whole New You"
Season 2 "Under Pressure" • "7.1" • "Help Is Not Coming" • "Stuck" • "Awful People" • "Dosed" • "Haunted" • "Buck, Actually" • "Hen Begins" • "Merry Ex-Mas" • "New Beginnings" • "Chimney Begins" • "Fight or Flight" • "Broken" • "Ocean's 9-1-1" • "Bobby Begins Again" • "Careful What You Wish For" • "This Life We Choose"
Season 3 "Kids Today" • "Sink or Swim" • "The Searchers" • "Triggers" • "Rage" • "Monsters" • "Athena Begins" • "Malfunction" • "Fallout" • "Christmas Spirit" • "Seize the Day" • "Fools" • "Pinned" • "The Taking of Dispatch 9-1-1" • "Eddie Begins" • "The One That Got Away" • "Powerless" • "What's Next?"
Season 4 "The New Abnormal" • "Alone Together" • "Future Tense" • "9-1-1, What's Your Grievance?" • "Buck Begins" • "Jinx" • "There Goes the Neighborhood" • "Breaking Point" • "Blindsided" • "Parenthood" • "First Responders" • "Treasure Hunt" • "Suspicion" • "Survivors"
9-1-1: Lone Star Episode Guide
Season 1 "Pilot" • "Yee-Haw" • "Texas Proud" • "Act of God" • "Studs" • "Friends Like These" • "Bum Steer" • "Monster Inside" • "Awakening" • "Austin, We Have a Problem"
Season 2 "Back in the Saddle" • "2100°" • "Hold the Line" • "Friends With Benefits" • "Difficult Conversations" • "Everyone and Their Brother" • "Displaced" • "Bad Call" • "Saving Grace" • "A Little Help From My Friends" • "Slow Burn" • "The Big Heat" • "One Day" • "Dust to Dust"